Joseph P. Hannon was superintendent of the Chicago Public Schools for four tumultous years in the 1970s and later oversaw McCormick Place and the Illinois Trade Office. Hannon’s one constant was his profound
As Mayor Lori Lightfoot approaches her 100th day in office, Tuesday, she already has scored a number of historic firsts: first African American woman to be mayor of Chicago, the city’s first openly gay
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot announces hiring of new communications director hours after incumbent announces her resignation
Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s communications director announced her resignation Thursday less than three months into the administration, making her the first high-ranking City Hall departure of Lightfoot’s term.
The Spin: Ex-Illinois Rep. Joe Walsh vs. Donald Trump? | First exit from Lightfoot administration | Interest in Dorothy post
Pot-stirring, flame-throwing former Republican U.S. Rep. Joe Walsh hasn’t ruled out running against President Donald Trump next year, a CNN reporter shared on social media this morning. Walsh was on the
‘I’m going to kill someone, or someone will kill me’: How a Southwest Side bungalow became a refuge from violent street
Mustafa Hawthorne tosses a spare house key into the air. "Please don’t lose it. You need to get it on a keychain.” Talib Garner snatches it and stuffs it into one of the socks he wears with sandals. “It